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> > I tried to Robert the following paragraph:
> > I newspapered while I Mondayed and coffeed yesterday. The article said
> > Madeleine Albright Kissingered recently as she diplomatted while she
> > Chinaed.
> > Did I Robert correctly, Robert?
> No, you're merely M. Daviding.
> But I think I've Mitched Robert's point.
I think the immortal Calvin said it best, in conversation with Hobbes
on just such a point: "Verbing weirds words."